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Facebook is again testing the boundaries of public trust. Piloting the idea in Australia, Facebook wants potential revenge porn victims to send nude photos of themselves to Facebook, so Facebook can store the information and block the photos from ever appearing on its platforms, Australian broadcaster ABC first reported. Facebook is partnering with the Office of the e-Safety Commissioner of Australia to carry out the program.
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Update: The application described below has been renamed Photo Bubbler after the makers Pic Bubbler Proa similar application that was already in existence, contended that they owned the Pic Bubbler trademark. The app, available from iTunes for 99 centsuses an optical illusion called " bubbling ," which strategically covers people's naughty parts and their clothingbut gives the viewer the impression that the figure is naked. When you upload a photo of a swimsuit-clad figure, the program applies a transparent layer that you can manipulate using the iPhone's touch screen.
Facebook wants users to upload nude pictures of themselves to Messenger. The company believes the best way to combat revenge porn could be to post intimate pictures of yourself online before anyone else manages to. The social network has developed an anti-revenge porn system that uses artificial intelligence to recognise and block specific images, and is testing it in the UK, US, Canada and Australia.
By Joanna Schroeder. I assume you all already know this, but posting naked photos of someone else on Facebook is a terrible, possibly even criminal, idea. Posting embarrassing naked photos of yourself on Facebook is also a terrible idea, though somewhat less terrible, as I'm of the mindset that if you want to make an asshat of yourself, you should go right ahead.
The pictures will also be blocked from being posted on Instagram and Messenger. Despite the good intentions, the new idea might make some users hesitant, given that Facebook is still emerging from the Cambridge Analytica data-leak scandal. Davis said her team has traveled to several countries and seen the severe impact revenge porn has had, especially on women.
The ultimate Internet revenge, viewed by a quarter of a million people every day. It shut down. Now it's back.